Why Cabin Capital?
Page County Officially Named “Cabin Capital of Virginia!”
Virginia District 15 Representative C. Todd Gilbert presented the official proclamation to Luray~Page Chamber of Commerce Past President, Karen Riddle at a ceremony held at the Mimslyn Inn on April 28, 2009. Here they are showing the new Cabin Capital Logo to the group present.
The logo was created by Chamber Member,Todd Gardner of “Bit ‘N by Design”
Just 90 miles from Washington, D.C., Page County has preserved the rural charm of its agricultural past while developing a true playground for outdoor lovers interested in cycling, hiking, canoeing, and ATVing. Recentlydesignated “Cabin Capital of Virginia”, Page County has over 250 cabins, each offering it’s own unique character.
No matter what style cabin you are looking for, you can find it here in Page County, Virginia in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. We have cabins available for couples, as well as groups seeking larger accommodations.
We offer rustic Blue Ridge Mountain rereats, cabins by the Shenandoah River, and convenient in-town lodging. Our cabin rentals run the gamut from primitive to upscale and opulent. Some of our Bed & Breakfast inns also offer private cottages on their propertywhere you can experience the privacy you desire, but are provided breakfast as well.
Whether you are seeking a restored log cabin, a newly built home, or an upscale luxury cabin, you can find them all in Page County, Virginia–The Cabin Capital of Virginia.
Your day in Page County can start with a tour of the astonishing Luray Caverns. America’s largest and most popular caverns in the East. A U.S. Natural Landmark with cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings ten stories high filled with ancient stone formations not to be missed!